Made In Summer, Qimen Is Grown at a 100% Organic Tea Garden.
Anhui, China grand Qimen is grown in the Qimen tea county of Anhui 'Peaceful Emblem' province. Anhui is home to the world famous 'Huang Shan' or 'Yellow Mountains'. These serene mountains are artists for their great beauty. Anhui's complex physical topography includes the Huai River in the South. There are alternating areas of plains, hills, mountains, and lakes.
Considered to be the premier representative of black teas from China, Qimen has been widely used in the English Breakfast' blend, known for its hearty robustness and full body.
Qimen has a full bodied, fragrant, sweet flavor similar to red roses. The tea can be enjoyed by itself or paired with milk.
Brew one teaspoon of leaf in eight ounces of pure spring or filtered water at 185F for four minutes.
100% Organic black tea leaves.